Climate.Speaks Resources

Empower your secondary students to be a part of the climate change debate and explore how everyone can create a sustainable future.

Ages: 14-16 16-19

Topic: Animals, including humans Earth and atmosphere Environment, earth and universe

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Climate.Speaks teacher notes

Teachers' notes

Teachers’ notes with background to the Climate.Speaks programme, lesson timings, resources, glossary and curriculum links.

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Climate.Speaks lesson plan

Lesson idea

Detailed Climate.Speaks lesson plan with activities, timing, differentiation and extension tasks.

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Climate.Speaks score card

Worksheet

A scorecard to help teachers review the in-class debate. It can also be used by students for peer review.

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Climate.Speaks stakeholder guide

Information booklet

An overview of the five main stakeholders in the climate change debate – Activists, Governments, Energy companies etc.

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Climate.Speaks home learning task

Worksheet

Home learning tasks to prepare students for the in-class debate.

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Climate.Speaks source analysis

Worksheet

Structured activity sheet to support analysis of the five stakeholder editorials for reliability and accuracy.

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Climate.Speaks persuasive writing

Worksheet

Climate.Speaks persuasive writing

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